February 20, 2017

Nature's Tribute


Some time ago I posted pictures of this huge mural in Luray, as seen from across Hawksbill Creek. Today we walked along the Greenway and I saw some details that I did not capture from the other viewpoint. 

Click on the collage to see a large version.

"Nature's Tribute — Nine Eleven"
The nature mural was completed in 2004 by Janet Scott.  I see that Page Valley Arts Council has published an Art Trail listing, so I need to go back and see what I've missed.

Sharing with Mosaic Monday and Monday Murals

10 comments:

  1. ...not bad for thirteen years old.

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  2. I am so amazed how someone can paint a mural such as this on a rough surface. So beautiful. I am glad you shared the information on it also.
    Thank you for your visit and comment also.

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  3. Super detail shots Linda, I'm glad you added the links, was good to see the bigger picture and the actual barn depicted in the mural.

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  4. I enlarged your images to get a close up look, how fascinating the mural is, such detail. A wonderful tribute.

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  5. Nice features included in this art work

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  6. A great tribute to what is right with our country -- pride in our beautiful nature -- and the strength of that ... a fitting memorial and tribute.

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  7. Isn't it interesting how a different angle can reveal new meaning? Thanks for contributing to this week's Monday Mural.

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